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Personal values: how knowing yourself can guide your actions
Personal values: how knowing yourself can guide your actions
Ask anyone their opinion on one of the many political and ethical divides of the moment, and you will receive a strong opinion as to what “ought” to be. While people tend to appeal to logic to justify their stance, many of these positions are actually guided by their personal values. Our values are our ... Read more
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Personal values: how knowing yourself can guide your actions
Projecting America at the Olympics · CAFE
Projecting America at the Olympics · CAFE
On this episode of Now & Then, “Projecting America at the Olympics,” Heather and Joanne frame the current Tokyo Olympics alongside historical examples of American cultural diplomacy. They trace efforts to appeal to France in the Revolutionary Period, the rise of World’s Fairs, and the controversies that accompanied Jesse Owens’ 1936 Olympics dominance in Berlin and the 1968 Black Power salute by medalists Tommie Smith and John Carlos. What do these earlier negotiations say about American self-definition, particularly given the contemporary Olympics controversy over Simone Biles’ decision to withdraw from portions of the gymnastics competition?
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Projecting America at the Olympics · CAFE
The Toxic Trajectory of the #PickMeGirl Trend
The Toxic Trajectory of the #PickMeGirl Trend
The Pick-Me Girl trend has turned into yet another way to police female behaviour. Our words, appearance, and interests are placed under a critical pseudo-feminist lens and once again shamed, this time for not being good enough feminists. Women are accused of failing to empower themselves and, by extension, their gender, and they are disempowered in the process.
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The Toxic Trajectory of the #PickMeGirl Trend
A Model-Based Method for Detecting Persistent Cultural Change Using Panel Data | Sociological Science
A Model-Based Method for Detecting Persistent Cultural Change Using Panel Data | Sociological Science
Stephen Vaisey, Kevin Kiley Sociological Science March 22, 2021 10.15195/v8.a5 Abstract Recent work argues that changes in people's responses to the same question over time should be thought of as reflecting a fixed baseline subject to temporary local influences, rather than durable changes in respo...
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A Model-Based Method for Detecting Persistent Cultural Change Using Panel Data | Sociological Science
Why you’ll never establish the existence of distinct “generations” in American society – Family Inequality
Why you’ll never establish the existence of distinct “generations” in American society – Family Inequality
We’re not going to find a set of fixed divisions that works across arenas — such as social attitudes, family behavior, and economic status.
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Why you’ll never establish the existence of distinct “generations” in American society – Family Inequality